Is it just me or is this year going really fast!? I hope you are enjoying a productive spring!
From the Country
New York, NY: The New York Public Library launches a new online archive of biographical information for photographers.
Washington, D.C.: The Sewall-Belmont House was designated as a national monument by President Obama, renaming it the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument.
Dayton, OH and Washington, D.C.: U.S. Veterans Affairs will locate its national archives in Dayton, Ohio.
From the World
Jerusalem, Israel: With the start of a digitization program, the State Archives of Israel plans a radical change in access to the physical objects they hold.
From the Blogosphere
DPLA and Europeana launched RightStatements.org.
As librarians, we always must click on a links that mention the history of tea. Bonus, this article discusses the history of tea in Florida.
The physical space of the Internet Archive has become a public meeting space.